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PUBLISHED BV 
THE 

SENIOR CLASS 
1958 



Gditor Doris B . Clements 

Business Manager Dudley $erl Burris, 11 

Ijearfiook Advisor Mr. Cfiar/es H. MeCendon 



FOREWORD 



In our four years at Saint Augustjne's, we have set up a certain routine of living which began 
on entrance and shall culminate upon our leaving. However, the foundation has been laid ; a 
foundation for a better and more intellectual way of life. 

In our freshman year, we kindled the fire of achievement which reached its blazing height in 
our senior year. All life's experiments are not successful, we know, but it is through the knowl- 
edge gained in our attempts that the perfect solution will be found. We are indebted to many, 
and as the time has come for us to go out and prove ourselves, we sincerely hope to be worthy 
of their concern. 

So as the setting sun looks back on the end of a glorious day, we review the highlights of our 
stay at Saint Augustine's and present the yearbook of 1958. 



Doris B. Clements 



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REMEMBERING 
ST. AUGUSTINE 



FACULTY 



SENIORS 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 

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DEDICATION 

"He who knows not the world, knows not his own place in 

Marcus Aurelius 

In years to come, we, the senior class of 1958, hope that the 
emory of this dedication will bring to you, Mr. Reginald 
Lynch, the great pleasure which we derive in making this 
presentation. 

Through the means of language and its interpretation, you 
have given us a gift of exceptional value. The strength of 
your convictions has guided us from beginning to end. The 
versatility of your genius has made a profound impression 
upon us, and the exacting thoroughness with which you 
have shared your knowledge has gained the respect of this 
entire body. 




You have inspired us to sincerely regard these words of 
Pythagoras: "When the stream of research ceases to flow, 
the river of knowledge begins to dry up." 

It is our privilege to offer to you a gift signifying our eter- 
nal gratitude, the pride of the senior class, the 1958 Falcon. 












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Chairmen and their departments in full leaf. 
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And some professors deeper-rooted than trees. 
When the wind blows — and how the wind blows here! 
It's that collegiate sound we hear in the breeze. 

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PREZELL R. ROBINSON, ED. D. 
Dean of Instruction 



JAMES A. BOYER, ED.D. 
President 



REGINALD L. LYNCH, M.A. 
Assistant Dean of Instruction 
French 



J. MILLS HOLLOWAY, B.S.C. 
Business Manager 



ROBERT B. FARR, M.A. 
Registrar 



SAMUEL D. RUDDER, S.T.B. 
College Chaplain 
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MURIEL B. WALKER, M.S. 
Head Librarian 



CHARLES H. McLENDON, M.A. 
Director of Student Teaching 



IRENE L. DICKENS, B.A. 
Dean of Women 



CHRISTOPHER C. GRAY, B.D. 
Dean of Men 





RUTH B. WALKER, B.A. 
Assistant Registrar 



OPHELIA M. IRVING, B.A. 
Assistant Librarian 



PURDIE ANDERS, M.S. 
Public Relations 



BERNICE B. TAYLOR, B.S. 

Superintendent of Buildings 
and Grounds 



MARGARET A. GLASCOE, B.A. 
Supervisor of Laundry 



CATHERINE H. WINTERS, M.L.S. 
Assistant Librarian 




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MAUDE P. SMITH 
Residence Hall Directress 



SELEAH B. CLARK, B.A. 
Residence Hall Directress 



MILLIE D. VEASEY, B.A. 
Secretary to President 



ESTER D. PARKER 
Clerk-Typist 



CATHERINE B. WOODS, B.A. 
Secretary to Dean 



MARGARET M. WALLACE, B.A. 
Secretary to Registrar 




CARRIE Z. MATTHEWS, B.S.C. 
Records Clerk 



CARL W. SMITH, B.A. 
Cashier-Clerk 



LAURA W. WISE 
Liaison Clerk 



JOHNNY ALSTON 
Director of Subsistence 



AMANDA F. GARRIS, A.B. 

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JO I. DELANEY, M.A. 
Handcrafts 



IGAL E. SPRAGGINS, M. LITT. 
Sociology 



ROSA A. WALKER, M.S. 
Biology 



JAMES F. WISE, M.A. 
Art 



MABLE B. WRIGHT, B.S. 
Business 



NIRMAL K. SINHA, PH.D. 
Sociology 





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GORDON L. WEST, M.A. 
Education 



IREXE E. WIXGATE. M.A. 
Business 



GEORGE R. WALKER, JR., M.S. 

Physical Education 



MARCUS H. BOULWARE, PH.D. 
Speech Pathology 
Special Education 



LULA H. ROBIXSOX, M.A. 
English and Religion 



JESSE CLEMENTS, B.A. 
Physical Education 




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Business 



ALBERT W. GRAUER, M.A. 
Music 



RICHARD B. MATTHEW, M. S. 
Mathematics and Physics 



THOMAS A. THORNLEY, B.A. 
Music 



LILLIAN P. CUMMINGS, M.A. 
Chemistry 



ELMER C. SCHWERTMAN, PH.D. 
History 








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CLASS POEM 



Four years we have striven 

Impeached, enhanced and inspired 
To master, fulfill and reach our destin 

And to accomplish the goals our hearts desired 

Pertinaciously, we kept striving 

Unrelenting throughout each day 
Encumbered with obstacles, activities and studies ; 

Yet precociously we kept struggling on our 

Now as the evening sun begins to sink 

And the curtains are slowly drawn ; 
We reminisce over our four years of experiences, 

Our minds engross those happy days we have known 

Relinquishing brings back memories 

And sadness grips our hearts; 
We must now leave our school and friends 

Of which we were so much a part. 

We are highly indebted to our parents. 

This school and its teachers who have molded us ; 
We cherish and revere their endearing qualities ; 

That said so often, "You have our trust." 

Slowly the sun continues to sink 

Beyond those beautiful eastern hills; 
Our hearts cry out — farewell St. Augustine's"' 

Although we leave — you are a part of us still. 





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CLASS HISTORY 



In the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hun- 
dred fifty-four (1954), on the fifteenth day of Sep- 
tember, one hundred three starry eyed proud 
youth entered the portals of Saint Augustine's 
College. 

Our pride was exemplified by the manner in which 
we underwent the unpleasant treatment given us 
by the upperclassmen during Freshmen week. In- 
sight has taught us that unity would be our asset 
throughout the coming years. 

The election of class officers was new to us. Since 
we were new to each other, it did not affect our 
voting. Under the leadership of Ned Smith, Al- 
dean Moore, Juanita Johnson, and Eloise Walker, 
we proved our election was wise in every respect. 

We were then ready for the social and academic 
life of a community when all eyes focused on the 
football field we found such outstanding. Freshmen 
as Willis P e p p e r s, A. C. Eldridge, Norvell Lee, 
Marion, Brown, Aldean Moore, Ned Smith, and 
others. This season was climaxed by the gala af- 
fair of Homecoming, as our lovely Juanita John- 
son represented us as attendant to Miss Saint 
Augustine's. Adding to the beauty of our Home- 
coming festivities were D e 1 o r e s Mclver, Miss 
Freshmen, attended by Gloria Campbell and 
Laura Coy. 

The pledge club of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
found the Freshmen class full of charm and digni- 
ty. In choosing their Sweetheart they selected Ju- 
anita D. Johnson. F. Janet Schumpert was chosen 
by the Pledge Club of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
as their Sweetheart. 

The Dramatics Club, Choir and many other organ- 
izations encountered our many talents. Cinda Ro- 
land represented us well in the field of dramatics. 
Freshmen names on the Dean's List proved that 
we were true scholars. 

In bringing our Freshmen year to a close we were 
credited with sponsoring the first all-freshmen 
ball which climaxed a brillant year. 
We then said good-bye to the campus for the sum- 
mer. 

We returned in September nineteen hundred fifty- 
five as Sophomores, wiser from the experiences 



afforded us our freshmen year. Some of our class- 
mates, Roland Cooper, Willie Neal, Edward Tyler, 
Margaret Walls and others failed to return, but 
Albert Huey, Hartwell Glover, Shirley Heath, Lois 
Rogers, Delois Patterson, Muriel Swann, Jeanette 
Swann, Lettie Yarborough, and many others came 
to take their places. 

Raymond Hunley was elected as class president 
and worked diligently in leading us to another 
triumphant year. His co-workers were Gloria 
Campbell, Juanita Johnson and Eloise Walker. Re- 
presenting the Sophomore class on the student 
council were Mildred Smith, Bobby Jean Claybon, 
and Elsmer Stewart. 

We were now ready to accept our place as upper- 
classmen, which we did excellently. Football, bas- 
ketball, and track welcomed our class stars. Home- 
coming was fortunate in having our very own 
Harriet Bryant as an attendant to Miss Saint 
Augustine's. Gloria Campbell reigned as Miss 
Sophomore with attendants V e r t i e Hodge and 
Harriet Chittick. Proudly we were the recipients 
of second prize of our Homecoming float. 

Various class members went into fraternities and 
sororities and many other organizations. Juanita 
Johnson was again chosen as the Scroller's Sweet- 
heart, and Gloria Campbell was elected as a stu- 
dent representative at the Student Legislature 
held at North Carolina State Capitol. 

The men in our class were joyous at the erection 
of a new dormitory, Atkinson Hall for upperclass- 
men. 

Our Sophomore year, filled with endless activities 
of interest and enjoyment to us, finally came to an 
end and again we bade farewell to our Alma Mater 
as we eagerly anticipated the coming of our Junior 
year. 

My, how spirited we proved to be during this 
most important year of our college life, as we were 
able to see the fulfillment of many of our hoped 
for plans coming into full fruition. 

But as joy is inevitably accompanied by sadness, 
many of our classmates did not return to share 
with us the glory of our Junior Year. However, 
this feeling did not stay with us for many new 
members joined our family. 



CLASS HISTORY 



Under the dynamic leadership of Raymond Hunley 
our class got underway with a very good start. 
With the assistance of A 1 d e a n Moore, Bessie 
Smith, Juanita Johnson, and Elsmer Stewart, the 
business operations of our class were kept well 
under control. Student Council representatives for 
the year were James Covington, Delores Harvey 
and Willie Lee Kelly, Carole Taylor. 

Representing the Junior class at the Homecoming 
festivity was Doreatha Howard who reigned as at- 
tendant to Miss Saint Augustine's. Laura Coy was 
Miss Junior attended by Mary Greene and Muriel 
Swann. We were again very proud when our own 
Juanita Johnson reigned as the "Belle of the Kap- 
pa's Ball." 

Honors were bestowed upon Zenobia Browning, 
Bessie Smith, F. Janet Schumpert, and Patrica 
Welch who became members of Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society. Also along the line of honors Do- 
cenia Hammond and Altamese Niblack became 
members of Beta Kappa Chi and Patrica Welch, 
Sigma Rho Sigma. 

May was made merry for us when Harriet Bryant 
and Bessie Smith lent their charm as attendants 
to the May Queen. 

And, the Prom ! my what a night for the Junior's ! 
never had we enjoyed anything better; — the girls 
were beautiful and the fellows, well, need I say? 
This will always be a cherished memory to the 
class of "58." 

Closing the year and what a year it was, a grand 
election of persons to hold important positions for 
the school year 1957-58 was held. Such things as 
Student Council officers, May Queen, and Home- 
coming Queen were included. 
Thus ended our Junior year. 

This is the year of all years ! we have that long 
awaited feeling of accomplishment in knowing 
that we are Seniors. As is typical of Seniors every- 
where we are seeking to derive every ounce of 
enjoyment from this, our last year. We are eager- 
ly anticipating graduation and the opportunity to 
take our places in society. 

We agree with Spinoza in saying that, "To be 
what we are. and to become what we are capable 



of becoming is the only end of life." We as Seniors 
are earnestly striving toward this end with God's 
help, may we be successful ! 

Serving us as officers for our class this year are 
Raymond Hunley, James Covington, Bessie Smith, 
Aldean Moore, and Dudley Burris. Our Senior 
representatives in the Student Council are Ray- 
mond Hunley, President; Harry Satterwhite, 
Vice President; and, Harriet Bryant, member-at- 
large, Willie Lee Kelly and James R. Covington, 
representatives. 

During Homecoming, Delores Harvey reigned as 
Miss Homecoming. Harriett Bryant bowed as a 
graceful Miss Senior. Her attendants were Gloria 
Campbell, Mary Merritt, and Mildred Downey. 

We were well represented in the area of athletics 
by Willis Peppers, as Co-Captain 1957-58, Aldean 
Moore, A. C. Eldridge, Marion Brown, Paul Rus- 
sel, and Norvell Lee as members of the football 
squad. 

We were again very proud when eight members 
of our class were elected to "Who's Who Among 
American Colleges and Universities." They are: 
Zenobia Browning, Docenia Hammond, Janet 
Schumpert, Bessie Smith, Willie Lee Blackwell, 
Raymond Hunley, Albert Morgan, and Patricia 
Welch. Also among the honorees were Altamese 
Niblack and Carl Robinson who were initiated into 
the Phi Kappa Alpha Honor Society. 

My isn't it exciting when a classmate gets mar- 
ried ! Wedding Bells rang for one of ours in the 
college chapel. We were finally convinced by first 
hand observation that some college romances DO 
last. At least Eloise Walker's did. December 15th 
began her new life as Mrs. Marion Inman. 

We know that happiness will greet us again in 
May when once more, before we graduate, two 
classmates of ours will join the Queenly court. 
Bessie Smith holds this honor as May Queen for 
1957-58 and Juanita Johnson as Kappa's Sweet- 
heart. 

Splurges of student teaching, yearbook planning, 
and looking forward to graduation all go to make 
our Senior year what it is. Oh yes, it keeps us bu- 
sy ; — never a dull moment ; — but we wouldn't 
trade it for anything in the world. 

Class Historian 
Elsmer Stewart 



ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 




RAYMOND HUNLEY 
President 



JAMES COVINGTON 
Vice President 



BESSIE SMITH 
Secretary 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



DUDLEY RURRIS 
Business Manager 



ALDEAN MOORE 
Treasurer 




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OUR PRAYER 



We know, Father, that we must come to Thee just as we are. But we also know 
that we dare not go away just as we came. 

Often we have met will failure-failure in ethics, failure in the moral realm, 
failure in attitudes, and failure in disposition, but with that bit of grace and 
guidance given all thy children, we have successfully been able to take tins sec- 
ond giant step in the process of becoming more worthy of thee. 

We Thy needy children humbly praise Thee for the preservation of us from the 
beginning of our lives to this day, and especially for Thy guiding light during 
the past four years. 

Merciful God, we humbly beg Thy blessing upon all that teach and learn and 
all institutions of learning and particularly, Saint Augustine's College. 

Lord, we pause again to look back on the long way Thou has brought us, and 
meditate with humble hearts for Thy loving mercy shown us. 

We ask Thee to guide us into a finer way of living after we leave this institution; 
and check our impluses as we are exposed to fear and doubt and give us peace 
of mind as we go into our chosen occupations. 

In Thy strength, we pray. Amen. 
James R. Covington, Sr. 




EDDIE MAE ALSTON 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student N E A, City Students 
Charm Club. 



GWENDOLYN E. ARMISTEAD 

Elementary Education, B. A. 

Charm Club, Student NEA, Usher 

Guild, Big Sisters Club, College 

Choir. 



DAVID D. BETHEL 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Veteran's Club, Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity, Student NEA, Tennis 
Team, Football Trainer, Dormitory 
Council. 



ARTS AND SCIENCES 



WILLIE LEE BLACKWELL 
Business Education, B. A. 
Canterbury Club, Student N E A 
Who's Who, Big Sisters Club. 



ODELL BODDIE 
Basic Business, B. A. 
Student NEA. 



MARY ALICE BOYLAN 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, City Students 
Charm Club, Art Club. 









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SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



CHARLIE W. BROWN 
Physical Education, B. A. 



MABLE A. BROWN 
Business Education, B. A. 
Canterbury Club, Bin Sisters Club 
Student NEA, Social Science Club, 
Choir, Charm Club, Zeta Phi Beta 
Sorority. 



MARION BROWN 

Physical Education, B. A. 
Football 




WILLIAM BROWN 
Art, B. A. 



ZENOBIA E. BROWNING 
Business Education, B. A. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Al- 
pha Kappa Mu, Who's Who, Pen 
Staff, Student NEA. City Students 
Charm Club. 



HARRIET L. BRYANT 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Charm Club, Cantebury Club, Altar 
Guild, Usher's G u i 1 d, Dramatics 
Club, Student NEA, Pan-Hellenic 
Council, Church School Teacher, 
Bip; Sisters Club. 



ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



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DUDLEY JERL BURR1S, II 
Business Education, B. A. 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Drama- 
tics, Editor — The Pen, Student 
NEA, Senior Class Business Mana- 
ger, Yearbook Staff. 



DELORES P. CALLWOOD 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Physical Education Club, Dramat- 
ics, City Student Charm Club. 



JAMES CAMERON 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Boxing- Team, Wrestling Team, 
Track team, Veterans's Club. 



SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



CHARLES B. CAMERON GLORIA CYNTHIA CAMPBELL 

Physical Education, B. A. Sociology, B. A. 

Football, Trainer, Track, Student Canterbury Club, Dramatics, Social 
Council, Veteran's Club. Science Club, Big Sisters Club, In- 

ter-Dormitory Council. 



HARRIET L. CHITTICK 



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ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



DORIS B. CLEMENTS 
Sociology and Social Studies, B. A. 
Editor of Yearbook, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Social Science 
Club, Sigma Rho Sigma Honor So- 
ciety, Student NEA. 



SYVELLIE CLOUD 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Natural 
Science Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Canterbury Club, Student NEA, 

Curriculum Council. 



JAMES R. COVINGTON, JR. 
Basic Business and Social Studies, 
B. A. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Student Council, 
Veterans Club, Pen Stall. 




ANNIE MAE DANCY 
Sociology and Social Studies, B. A. 
Student NEA, Charm Club, Social 
Science Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Big Sisters Club, Drama- 
tic Club, Dormitory Council. 



PATRICIA DAVIS 

Music, B. A. 

Choir, Big Sisters Club, Charm 

Club, Student NEA. Delta Sigma 

Theta Sorority. 



MILDRED D. DOWNEY 

Elementary Education, B. A. 

Student NEA, Big Sisters Club, 

Charm Club, Art Club, Ushers 

Guild. 




GEORGE DuBOSE 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Veterans Club, Student NEA. 



MOSS DUNCAN 
Physical Education, B. A. 



CARVIA EARL DUNSTON 
Elementary Education, B. A. 

City Students Charm Club, Student 

NEA. 



ARTS AND SCIENCES 



ELSIE DURHAM 



EVELYN EDWARDS 
Business Administration, B. A. 
Student NEA. 



ALBERT C. ELDRIDGE 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Football, Basketball, Tennis, Presi- 
dent of Intramural Club, Student 
NEA. 




ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



DAELENE MARIE ESTERS 
Business Education, B. A. 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Student 
NEA, Big Sisters Club, Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council, Charm Club, Campus 
Calendar Staff, Yearbook Staff. 



MARGIE REA FORD 
English and Social Studies, B.A. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Inter-Dormitory Council, Choir 
•Student NEA. Big- Sisters Club, 
Charm Club. Curriculum Council, 
Library Staff. 



HARTWELL M. GLOVER 

Biology, B. S. 

Veterans Club, Natural S c i e n c e 

Club, Student NEA Lampodos 

Club. 




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MARY E. GREENE 
Social Studies and History, B. A. 
Big- Sisters Club, Social Science 
Club, Campus Art Club, Charm 
Club, Student NEA. 



DOCENIA HAMMOND 
Mathematics and General Science 

B. S. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Beta 
Kappa Chi Honor Society, Who's 
Who, Curriculum Council, City Stu- 
dent Charm Club, Natural Science 
Club. 



SHIRLEY HEATH 

Elementary Education, B. A. 

City Students Charm Club, Student 

NEA. 








LANDIS DOROTHEA HIGH 



IRENE HILL 

Music, B. A. 

Choir, Bis Sister Club, Cantcrburj 

Club. 



VERTIE M. HODGE 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student N E A, City Students 
Charm Club. 



SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



JIMMIE HOOKER 



RAYMOND I. HUNLEY 
Mathematics, B. S. 
President of Student Council, Sen- 
ior Class President, Who's Who, 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Na- 
tural Science Club, Curriculum 
Council, Social Committee. 



ELOISE 
SAPHRONIA WALKER INMAN 
Physical Education and Biology 
B. A. 
Cheering Squad, Big Sisters Club, 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Can- 
terbury Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Student Council, Student NEA, 
Choir, Athletic Club, Athletic 
Council. 




ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



VIOLENE JENKINS 
Natural Science, B. S. 
Big Sisters Club, Science Club, Stu- 
dent NEA, Charm Club. 



BETTY J. JOHNSON 

Elementary Education, B. A. 

Charm Club, Student NEA, Art 

Club. Big Sisters Club, Ushers 

Guild. 



JUANITA D. JOHNSON 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Charm Club, Big Sisters Club, Can- 
terbury Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Student NEA. 







ALMARIE JONES 
Business Education, B. A. 
Campus Calendar Staff, City Stu- 
dents Charm Club, Student NEA. 



JAMES JONES 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Stu- 
dent NEA. 



SYLVIA JONES 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, City Student Charm 
Club. 



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GLADYS JOYNER 
Basic Business, B. A. 
Big Sisters Club, Student NEA. 



WILLIE LEE KELLY 
Business Education, B. A. 
Charm Club, Dramatics Club, Can- 
terbury Club, Student Council, Pen 
Staff, Campus Calendar, Y'earbook 
Staff, Bin' Sisters Club, Student 
NEA, Usher Guild. 



NORVELL T. LEE 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Football, Kappa Alpha Psi Frater- 
nity, Student NEA. 



SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



VIRGINIA 1>. McLEAN 
Biology, B. S. 

Big Sisters Club, Student NEA, 
Science Club, Charm Club. 



MARGARET R. MEEKS 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, Art Club, Charm 
Club, Big Sisters Club, Social 
Science Club, Church School Teach- 
er. 



MARY E. MERRITT 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, City Student Charm 
Club, Art Club. 




ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



HILDA G. MILLER 



JOHNSIE LaVERNE MITCHELL 

Elementary Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, City Student ('harm 
Club. 



MELVIN ALDEAN MOORE 




ALBERT ST. C. MORGAN- 



BARBARA MOSEE 



ANGELENE MUSGRAVE 

Business Administration. B. A. 

Social Science Club, Bijc Sisters 

Club, Canterbury Club, YearBook 

Staff, Charm Club. 




ALTAMESE NIBLACK 
Mathematics, B. S. 
Student NEA, Beta Kappa Chi 
Honor Society, Charm Club, Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority, Natural 
Science Club, Dramatic Club, Phi 
Kappa Alpha Honor Society. 



THOMAS O'NEIL 



WILLIS PEPPERS 



SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



JAMES PERKY 



MAGGIE PHOENIX 
Sociology, B. A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Social 
Science Club, Charm Club, Big Sis- 
ters Club, Student Organization of 
.NEA, Canterbury Club. 



GERALDINE 
DEVORDOMAE PRIDGEN 
Business Education, B. A. 
Pen Staff, Social Science Club, Stu- 
dent NEA, Dramatics Club, Charm 
Club, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 
Yearbook Staff. 





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ARTS AND SCIENCES 



EDWARD RAYFORD, JR. 
Music, B. A. 
Choir, Dramatic Club, Brother 
Hood of St. Andrew, Social Science 
Club, Sphinx Club, Canter b u r y 
Club. 



PANSY ROBERSON 

Physical Education, B. A. 

Big Sisters Club, Social Science 

Club, Charm Club, Student NEA. 



CARL NATHAN ROBINSON 
English, B. A. 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Dra- 
matics Club, Pen Staff, Phi Kappa 
Alpha Honor Society, Student 
NEA. 




CAROL E. ROBINSON 

Physical Education, B. A. 

Big- Sisters Club, Student NEA. 



EDDIE ROBINSON 
Business Administration, B. A. 
Lampodos Club, Yearbook Staff. 



WILLIAM ROBINSON 
Chemistry, B. S. 
Natural Science Club. 



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LOIS ROGERS 
Elementary Education, B. A. 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Stu- 
dent N'EA. 



PAUL RUSSEL, JR. 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Student NEA, Omega Psi Phi Fra- 
ternity. 



MINNIE P. SAMPSON 
Art, B. A. 
Art Club, Social Science Club, Stu- 
dent Nea, Big Sisters Club, Year- 
book Staff. 



SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 



HARRY B. SATTLEWHITE 
Chemistry, B. S. 
Student Council, Dormitory Coun- 
cil, Natural Science Club, Public- 
Relations Assistant, Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity. 



JANET SCHUMPERT 
Music, B. A. 
C h o i r, Altar Guild, Canterbury 
Club, Dramatics Club, Student 
NEA, Curriculum Council, Social 
Committee, Inter - Dormitorial 
Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor- 
ority, Alpha Kappa Mu, Who's 
Who, Big Sisters Club, Student 
Chaperone. 



CHARLES SILER 
Art, B. A. 
Art Club, Student NEA. 




ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



BARBARA SMITH 



BESSIE B. SMITH 
Business Education, B. A. 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
Alplia Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Who's Who, Student Nea, Inter- 
Dormitory Council, Big Sisters 
Club, Yearbook Staff, Campus Ca- 
lendar, Dramatics Club. 



MILDRED M. SMITH 
Biology, B. S. 
Charm Club, Canterbury Club, Big- 
Sisters Club, Cheering Squad, Stu- 
dent NEA, Pen Staff, Usher Guild. 




ELSMER H. STEWART 
Physical Education, B. A. 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Stu- 
dent NEA, Athletic Club, Intra- 
mural Club, Dormitory Council. 



EVERETT STEWART 

Elementary Education, B. A. 

Art Club, Canterbury Club, Kappa 

Alpha Psi Fraternity, Student 

NEA. 



CAROLE A. TAYLOR 
Business Education, B. A. 
Dramatics Club, Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Student Council, Campus 
Calendar, .City Student Charm 
Club, Student NEA. 






THE SENIOR CLASS 1958 



ALBERT WALLACE 
Natural Science, B. S. 

Football trainer. Natural Science 

Club. 



PATRICIA ANN WELCH 
English, B. A. 
Altar Guild Canterbury Club, Al- 
pha Kappa Mu, Sigma Rho Sigma, 
Who's Who, Usher's Guild, Big Sis- 
ters Club, Charm Club. 









SHIRLEY WOMACK 



ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 



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Farewell dear alma mater, 
'Though we now must leave thy walls, 
Our love and faith will e'er remain 
Within thv hallowed halls. 



ST 





May thy ideals and thy hopes untold 
Ne'er cease to shine afar. 
To lead us on to victory's height 
No matter where we are. 









We'll love thy name forever, 

Saint Augustine's Dear 

The thought of pleasant hours spent here 

Will rill our hearts with cheer. (refrain) 



Farewell dear friends and classmates, 
Now we've greater tasks to do. 
But 'though the world now calls for us, 
We leave our hearts to you. (refrain) 






parents dear and teachers, 
We do give our thanks to you, 
And most of all, to God above, 
Our Guiding Light, so true. 

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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the 1958 graduating class of Saint Augus- 
tine's College, of the city of Raleigh, in the County 
of Wake and State of North Carolina, being of 
sound and disposing mind and of profound under- 
standing, and not acting under duress, menace, 
fraud or undue influence of any person whatso- 
ever, do make, publish and declare this instrument 
to be our Last Will and Testament. 

To our dear Alma Mater, we bequeath our never 
failing love and devotement for her services of a 
joyfully spent four years. To the administration, 
faculty, and staff, we valiantly leave our candid 
affection and appreciation for so patiently guiding 
and assisting us through our years of endurance. 

To the Junior Class, our faithful and rightful 
heirs, we leave our most devoted and valuable pro- 
perties, our wisdom, our importance, and scholas- 
tic rating, and the ability to become sophisticated 
and dignified seniors. 

To the Sophomore Class, we bequeath the ability 
to face and tackle all the problems that you may 
encounter before you reach the fourth round. 

To the Freshmen Class, we desire to leave our 
friendliness, courage, unity, and the ability to 
make an outstanding accomplishment each year to 
the class, and the institution. 

I, Janet Schumpert, leave to my instructor, Mr. 
John C. Moore, by heartfelt thanks and deep ap- 
preciation for steering me safely through my col- 
lege career, and for all advice and instruction 
given me during my four years of c allege work; 
to Rachel Rayford, Wynona Rhem, Gladys Ford, 
and Jane Blakely, I leave my love for, and devotion 
to, the Choir and Music Department, because I feel 
that your sentiments regarding these two depart- 
ments are the same as mine; to the Altar Guild, 
I admonish you to "keep the Altar lights aglow!" 
Lastly, but by no means least, to Jimmie and Ed- 
die Yvonne, the best always from your big sister! 
Elsmer Stewart wills the "moon" and the "apple" 
to Linwood along with his strong conversation. To 
Ted Catchings his position as "Mr. Gamma Psi." 
Gwendolyn Armistead wills room 23 of Tuttle Bu- 
ilding to Ann Wilson in hopes that she will enjoy 
it as much as she has this year. 

A. C. Eldridge, wills to S. Cloud, G. Jones and L. 
Thompson the ability to leave Saint Augustine's 
in four years. 



Albert Morgan wills to the Sophomore class his 
thirst for knowledge which the future has yet to 
quench. 

Willie Lee Kelly wills her coolness to all the Fresh- 
men girls. And to all underclassmen her regular 
attendance in chapel for four years without any 
absentees. 

Betty Johnson leaves to her homegirl, Eunice Clif- 
ford, her favorite room 16 in Tuttle Building. To 
Allen Knox, her little sister, her undying love for 
Saint Augustine's College. 

Annie Dancy, wills her place in the Sociology De- 
partment to Catherine Arline, her love for Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority to Shirley Baldwin and to 
Shirley Murell her sophisticated and dapt airs. 

Geraldine Pridgen wills her profound interest in 
Dramatics, The Pen Staff, and Social Science Club 
to her home girls, Barbara Walker and Frances 
Duck. She also wills her bed in St. Agnes Hospital 
to any student who may find it comfortable. Her 
position in the Doctor's office to Wanda Copland. 

I, Laura Coy, will my ability to catch a husband to 
Mary Kramer and Thelma Becton, my undying 
love for Delta Sigma Theta to Elizabeth Olds and 
my ability to cut class and never get caught to all 
freshmen. 

Harriet Bryant wills her ability to keep the Wil- 
mingtonian Air up, and her position in Alpha Kap- 
pa Alpha Sorority to Helen Davis. 

Juanita Johnson wills to Helene Spencer the honor 
of becoming the "Kappa's Sweetheart," and Im- 
position in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority to her 
sister, Gloria Johnson. 

Mildred Smith wills her ability to dance well to 
Dorothea Green, and her ability to get along with 
everyone to Bobby Smith. 

Almarie Jones wills her sense of responsibility to 
Barbara Ellis and to Charity Bingham her sense 
of humor. 

Carl Robinson wills his sense of humor to Marlon 
Potier. 

Hilda Miller wills her love for Delta Sigma Theta 
to Betty Fisher. 

To Charles Young, Mary E. Merritt leaves her abi- 
lity to smile and be happy no matter what. And to 
Altmeta Gary her ability to get along with every- 
one. 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



Lois Rogers, wills to Yvonne Tatum, her ability to 
make Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and to Yvonne 
Hart her place in the Elementary Education De- 
partment. 

To Esther Bullock, Shirley Womack leaves her 
ability to preside over all future Sigma Gamma 
Rho meetings successfully. 

Barbara Smith wills to Bernice Williams her place 
in the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority with hope she 
will be a good secretary. 

Vertie Hodge, leaves to Linwood Sharpe, best 
wishes for much success and happiness always, 
and to her sister, Jo, her inert ability to maintain 
a poised attitude in all situations. 

Patricia Davis wills to her home girl, Marvenia 
Moore the ability to punch four years, make choir 
rehearsals, attend chapel and never fail a course. 
She also wills William Sessom her love to keep him 
living after she leaves. 

Shirley Heath wills her last smiles to her home 
girl, Emma Sanders and her position in Physical 
Education classes to Chuck Willis. 

Mary E. Greene wills to all underclassmen her abi- 
lity to like everybody and to meet people with a 
smile. 

Virginia McLean wills her place in the Dining Hall 
to Lucille Bunn. To her little sister, Lena McLean, 
she wills her room in Tuttle Hall. 

Gloria Campbell wills to Lula Hagans her ability 
to get along with her fellow schoolmates, and to 
her little sister, Shirley Foster, her love for St. 
Augustine's College. 

Thomas O'Neal wills to Joseph Gray and Canton 
Dugger his ability to expound on intricate; but 
pertinent ; points of hypothetical concepts. 

Sylvia Jones wills to Carvia Dunston, her quiet- 
ness and dignity. And to Elsie Durham her love 
for St. Augustine's College. 

Dudley Burris wills to Talmadge Hunt his position 
in the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and to Harry 
Leazer his sense of ingenuity. 

Angelene Musgrave wills her undying love for 
"Business" to George Sanders and her ability to 
be seen and not heard to Naomi Crandal. 



Eddie Robinson wills his ability in accounting to 
Owen Ivey and his love for Saint Augustine's to 
his sister Vera Robinson. 

I, Patricia Ann Welch, leave my room in Tuttle 
Building to Charlotte L. Jenkins, my clear friend. 
May she cherish it and keep it clean as I did. To 
Barbara Alzenia Thomas, Patricia Ann Welch 
leaves her pleasant disposition. May she remember 
my ability to keep cool at all times and hold her 
tongue when things go wrong. To Armydee Little, 
Patricia Ann Welch wills her ability to keep on the 
good side of dear friends such as Barbara Alzenia 
Thomas. 

Johnsie Mitchell leaves to all of those persons who 
helped her and encouraged her through her four 
years of college, her most sincere thanks and to 
Nathan Perry everything Saint Augustine's has 
to offer. 

Carole Taylor wills to all her neophyte Sorors the 
ability to handle all Barbs, and to Eddie Schum- 
pert her extreme height. 

I, Landis High, will my ability to take French 
four years and pass it to Geraldine Perry and all 
new French Majors. 

Pansy Roberson, Angelene Musgrave, and Patricia 
Davis will their "suite" to any three young ladies, 
who have poise, hearty and ability equal to their 
own. How about that? 

Docenia Hammond leaves to Patricia Davis and 
Geraldine Perry her place in Who's Who. and Al- 
pha Sorority. To all Freshmen she wills the ability 
to remain at Saint Augustine's and become digni- 
fied seniors. And to all remaining Sorors happy 
and prosperous stay at Saint Augustine's both so- 
cially and scholastically. 

James R. Covington wills Little Brother Samuel 
Sanderson, the ability to make Kappa Alpha Psi, 
and to be influential after making it. 

Minnie Sampson wills to all art majors, her space 
in the Art Building, and to her sister, Ella Samp- 
son her friendly ways. 

I, Norvell Lee, will to my home boy Hubert "Dapp 
daddy" Avery, my connections in the city of Ra- 
leigh. 1 also will my ability to be cool, and most of 
all I wish to leave him mv tuff mustache. 



Margaret Rea Meeks wills to her little sister Cor- 
rine Harrison, her love for Elementary Education. 
To Joshua Edwards, she wills her capacity for the 
consideration of others when there is a matter 
of opinion. 

Bessie B. Smith wills her eternal love for Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority to all her remaining Sorors. 
To Pocahontas Jones, she wills the worthiness of 
being elected secretary for every organization of 
which she becomes a member. To all freshmen, I 
extend a hope that they will adhere to the need of 
"Good Scholarship" and take my place on the 
Dean's list. 

To her cousin, Lucille Bunn, Margie Ford leaves 
her position as president of the Senior dormitory. 
To Delores Harvey, her home girl, she leaves her 
ability to get serious when matters of importance 
are at hand. 

Willie Lee Blackwell leaves her ability to get her 
degree within three and one half years' to Patricia 
Fields and her efficiency in secretarial work to 
Thelma Becton. 

Mildred Downey leaves to Sadie Harris her favor- 
ite room, 202, in Delany ; to Bertha Lovelace her 
ability to continue to smile. 

I, Violene Jenkins, leave my pleasing personality 
to Janice Johnson and to Lena McLean my ever- 
lasting love for science. 

I, Jimmie Hooker, will my job of providing trans- 
portation for student teachers to Bobby Crossling. 
Maggie Phoenix leaves her petite figure to anyone 
who might need it. She also leaves her place in 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority to Yvonne Tatumn. 

I, Raymond I. Hunley, will my undying love for 
St. Aug. and Alpha Phi Alpha to Joseph Gray, 
and to Lester Spease I will my Daily Doubles. 

I, Harry G. Satterwhite, will my love for Omega 
Psi Phi Fraternity and modern sounds to Herman 
Scott. May he someday cross the "Burning 
Sands." 

Marion Brown wills to Linwood Sharp his ability 
to play fullback. 

I, Willis Peppers, will to Gloria Johnson, my sin- 
cere love, to Joseph McNeil my position as captain 
of the football team, and to Albert Huey my old 
room 107. 



To Frances Duck, Darlene Marie Esters leaves her 
place in the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, and to Lena 
McLean her ability to smile at all times. To Monty 
Gray Frizzell, she leaves her never dying love. 

To Ted Catchings, I Moss Duncan will you the 
ability to be cool, and my stability. 

I, William (Boston) Robinson will my many danc- 
ing steps and Taylor Hall attendance record to 
Ronny Mitchell. 

Harriet L. Chittick wills to Florence Hobbs and 
Bettie Lou Hinton my ability to stay at St. Aug. 
for four years without going crazy, and to the 
Freshmen class my ability to go home for vacation 
early and come back late. 

David D. Bethel wills to Charles Willis his ability 
to be cool and play the field, also a portion of his 
love for the great Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 

I, Melvin A. Moore, will my Athletic ability to 
Lester Thompson, and my love for Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity to William Vick ; may he always love 
and respect the Delta's, and my love for Frater- 
nity life to James Schumpert. 

I, Charlie W. Brown, will my ability to officiate 
basketball to Henry Montague, and my ability to 
play basketball to Mark L. Harvey. 

To Cecil and James Perry, the Cameron Twins 
wills their ability to stick together regardless of 
how many problems they may encounter. 

I, Everett Stewart Sr., will Charles Young and 
Freddie Davis my ability to be nice and my seat 
in the senior class. 

I, James Jones, will Ronald Mitchell my great 
sense of humor. 

I, Edward Foster Rayford, Jr., will to Miss Jane 
Blakely my sincere love and devotion until. To Mr. 
William Saunders, my place in the choir. To Ra- 
chel Janet Rayford, my baby sister, my devoted 
love for music. 

The foregoing instruments has been sealed, pu- 
blished and declared by The Senior Class, the 
testators, aboved named at Saint Augustine's Col- 
lege in Raleigh, North Carolina as for their last 
will and testament in the presence of each other 
have hereunto set our names as witnesses : 

ANNIE M. DANCY 
MARGARET R. MEEKS 
BESSIE B. SMITH 



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Pres And His Boys 



DAYS 



Three Musketeers 



OF 



OLD 




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The Old Gang 



The Boys Go Teaching 

Hurricane Hazel Hits Bird and Tassy 







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Most Dignified 
MARGIE FORD JAMES COVINGTON 










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Most Handsome Boy 
ALDEAN MOORE 



Most Studious 
DOCENIA HAMMOND RAYMOND HUNLEY 




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Friendliest 
MABLE BROWN DAVID BETHEL 





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Neatest 
HARRIET BRYANT JAMES COVINGTON 





ernes* 






Quietest 
MARGARET MEEKS CHARLES SILER 



Most Likely to Succeed 
ZENOBIA BROWNING RAYMOND HUNLEY 






to *£ * 




Most Talkative Most Artistic 

ZENOBIA BROWNING DUDLEY BURRIS MINNIE SAMPSON CHARLES SILER 



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Most Dramatic 
GERALDINE PRIDGEN THOMAS O'NEAL 





c. 





Best Ail-Around 
ZENOBIA BROWNING RAYMOND HUNLEY 







Most Attractive Girl 
ANGELENE MUSGRAVE 



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Most Popular 
GLORIA CAMPBELL RAYMOND HUNLEY 




e/zsos* 





Most Musical 
JANET SCHUMPERT EDWARD RAYFORD 



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Most Poetic 
GERALDINE PRIDGEN CARL ROBINSON 






Wittiest 
GERALDINE PRIDGEN ELSMER STEWART 





Most Co-Operative 
BESSIE SMITH DUDLEY BURRIS 





Best Dressed 
ALTAMESE NIBLACK JAMES COVINGTON 



PROPHECY 



It is July, 1983, 25 years after the graduation 
of the Class of 1958 of Saint Augustine's College. 
Here in New York City are Gloria Campbell who 
is attending the National Social Workers conven- 
tion and Margie Ford Hilton, who is attending the 
National Convention for English instructors. We 
meet one evening while strolling along at the 
World's Fair. We extend greetings to each other 
for it was graduation clay that we last saw each 
other. We readily engage in conversation about 
our classmates. Not knowing their whereabout, 
we decided to go to see the gypsy to find out their 
whereabouts. After entering the Gypsy House, we 
immediately began to ask questions about our 
classmates. Looking into her c r y s t a 1 ball, the 
Gypsy replies: 

"I see Violene Jenkins Culmer and Virginia 
McLean Dugger working as laboratory technicians 
at the Medical College Hospital in Charleston, 
South Carolina. 

Raymond Hunley, now an optician in Rich- 
mond, Virginia, has a marvelous practice. Work- 
ing with him as technicians are Mildred Smith and 
Donald Alexander. 

Willie Lee Blackwell has had many good posi- 
tions since she left you and now she is Registrar 
at Howard University. Incidentally, on the faculty 
at the same university is Darlene Esters Frizzell 
who is head of the School of Business. 

I see Margaret Meeks has been very success- 
ful in her profession. She is the founder of one of 
the largest nursery schools in Detroit, Michigan 
Mary Merritt and Laura Coy Hand are on her 
staff. 

Carol Robinson and Pansy Roberson are 
working as therapists at the Mayo Clinic, one of 
the largest clinics for handicapped children in 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Patricia Davis has just finished a successful 
concert in a series of twenty-five concerts. She 
has also completed the requirements for a doctor- 
ate degree in music. 

Look! there is Carl Robinson as President of 
Saint Augustine's College, Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina. Who are members of his faculty but Minnie 
Sampson, who is head of the art department and 
Patricia Welch, head of the English department. 



At the University of Illinois is James "Bird" 
Jones as head of the Physical Education depart- 
ment. Also there are James Covington, working 
as an assistant professor of Social Studies, and 
Moss Duncan as an assistant coach. 

Who do I see now but Everett "shine" Ste- 
wart. He is principal of the Lucille Hunter School 
in Raleigh, North Carolina. On his faculty are 
Vertie Hodge, Johnsie Mitchell, and Mary Boylan. 

Gwendolyn Armistead Bunch has now left the 
classroom after many successful years. She is now 
the mother of two beautiful daughters. 

Have you heard of the Hammond Research 
Plant? It was founded and established by one of 
your classmates, D o c e n i a Hammond. Working 
with her are Henry Barber and William Robinson. 

Doris Clements (Mrs.), now a doctor in sociol- 
ogy, holds a position as a professor at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 

Maggie Phoenix Williams is' now residing in 
Germany with her family. She is the mother of 
twin sons. 

Into my vision comes Mary Greene Kidd. She 
is a Professor of History at the University of New 
Jersey and is doing fine in her work. 

Eloise Walker Inman, the mother of four 
sons, is living in Fayetteville, North Carolina. 
Her husband is employed there. 

A dentist! Yes, Harry Satterwhite is now a 
dentist. He is employed as one of the dentists in 
the Public School System in Washington, D. C. 

Gladys Joyner, now the owner of a tailor shop 
in New York City, is doing a marvelous job. 

The "J & C Body Building School" in New 
Orleans, Louisiana is owned by James & Charles 
Cameron. Working with them are Avelton Bowen 
and Charlie Brown. 

Now doing work in London is none other than 
Dr. William Brown. He is a part-time professor 
at the University there and owns his own art 
center. 



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PROPHECY 



Boddie's Insurance Company, headed by Odell 
Boddie, presented Saint Augustine's College with 
a five thousand (5,000) dollar check on Founders' 
Day this year. As secretaries at this company are 
Evelyn Edwards, Almarie Jones Mangum, and An- 
gelene Musgrave Bowden. 

Harriet Chittick and Annie Dancy Pitt, social 
case workers, are now employed at the Bell Foun- 
tain Farm in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Dr. George DuBose, Principal of the Annie 
W. Holland School, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, 
has on his faculty, Mildred Downey, Shirley 
Heath, Carvia Dunston, and Barbara Smith. 

Now Supreme Basileus of Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority is Harriet Bryant. She resides in Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Dr. Melvin Moore is employed as a physical 
therapist at the John Hopkins Hospital, Balti- 
more, Maryland. 

Playing professional football from the Class 
of 1958 are Hartwell "Mac" Glover and Norvell 
Lee. 

Attorneys Albert Morgan and Thomas O'Neal 
have joint offices in Washington, D. C. They are 
very successful in their profession. 

Believe it or not Altamese Niblack Nicholson 
is now a model for Florida Fashions and Lana 
Labell. 



Dudley Burris is President of the Citizen and 
Southern National Bank of South Carolina. He 
is the first Negro to hold this position. Working 
with him are Geraldine Pridgen Singletary and 
Mable Brown McNeil. As a pastime, Geraldine 
writes poetry. 

Her wishes finally came true. Willie Lee Kel- 
ly, now Willie Lee Goodson, has received her M. A. 
degree in Religious Education and is now a Mis- 
sionary worker in Ghana. 

Willis Peppers is employed at your dear Alma 
Mater as head coach. Elsmer Stewart is employed 
as head coach at Shaw University in Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

Juanita Johnson Cloud and Landis High are 
now living in Germany. Their husbands are sta- 
tioned there. 

David Bethel has done well in his field. He is 
now Principal of the largest elementary school 
in Detroit, Michigan. 

Working on the staff at Homer G. Phillips 
Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri as physical thera- 
pists are: Sheryl Aikens, James Perry, and Walter 
Williams. 

Excelling in his field is Edward Rayford. He 
is traveling abroad with the Boston Symphony 
Orchestra. 



Betty Johnson now owns the Johnsons' 
Nursery School in Camden, New Jersey. On her 
faculty are Shirley Womack and Sylvia Jones. 



Janet Schumpert T a p 1 e 1 1 has successfully 
completed many concerts. She is now the mother 
of two fine children. 



Founder and President of Brownings' School 
of Business in Los Angles, California, is Zenobia 
Browning. Employed there are Carole Taylor, Ed- 
die Robinson, and Bessie Smith Russell. Bessie's 
husband, Paul Russell, is in active duty in the 
United States Army and is stationed in Los 
Angeles. 



Leaving the Gypsy house, we are well aware 
of the accomplishments of the members of the 
Class of 1958. It brings great joy to our hearts 
to know of their prosperity and we are proud to 
know how well our classmates have upheld the 
standards of Saint Augustine's College. 



Hilda Miller and Barbara Mosee are now med- 
ical social workers. They are employed at the Wal- 
ter Reid Hospital, Washington, D. C. 



—GLORIA CAMPBELL 
—MARGIE REA FORD 



MISS SENIOR CLASS and ATTENDANTS 




GLORIA CAMPBELL 

Attendant 



HARRIET BRYANT 
MISS SENIOR CLASS 



MARY MERRITT 
Attendant 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



THEODORE BARNES 
Vice-President 



HELENE SPENCER 
Secretary 

RICHARD LACEY STAFFORD SWEETING 

Business Manager Treasurer 



JOSEPH GREY 
President 




Catherine Arline 
Thomas Banks 
Theodore Barnes 




Lucille Bunn 
Mary Burnette 
Eunice Clifford 




Naomi Crandol 
Ruth Crandol 
Clinton Dugfger 



Barbara Ellis 



George Flemming 



Gladvs Ford 



Joseph Grey 



Leroy Greene 



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Yvonne Hart 



Delores Harvey 



Mark Harvey 






Algaray Henderson 



Talmadge Hunt 



Jerome Jones 




Kenneth Major, Jr. 
Harriet Malone 
Maxine McKenzie 



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Lena M. McLean 



Joseph McNeil 



Cecil Perry 



Marlin Poitier 



THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1958 

Ruth Powell Hubert Ropers Simon Short Helene Spencer 

Stafford Sweeting Robert Taylor Barbara Thomas Delores M. Wade 

Mary Williams Ann Wilson Edwinna Wilson 




MISS JUNIOR CLASS 




MISS ANN WILSON 






SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 







Left to right — Hilda Dawson, secretary; Herman Scott, president; Loretta Johnson, vice-president; 
James Pigge, Treasurer. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OF 1958 



Left lo right — Geneva Wilkins, Nancy 
Rhice, Vera Jenkins, Betty Fisher. 







i " i &', ",- ui -. ' " ■• ■' . « • :<•"• 




Left to right — Martha Umstead, Namon 
Flournoy, Rachel Rayford, James Bridges. 



I 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Left to right — Herbert Burrows, Hilda Daw- 
son, Loretta Johnson, James Pipfre. 



Left to right — Irene Williams, Vernice Wil- 
liams, Kenneth Davie, Helen Jordan, Esther 
Bullock. 




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OF 1958 



Left to right — Cora Brooks, L i n w o o d 
Sharpe, Jean Catchings, Gladys Murphy. 



i. M?3 








Left to right — Alice Ford, Henry Cunning- 
ham, Helen Tate, Edward Craig, Clara 
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Alston, Eddie Mae, 1112 Pender St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Armistead, Gwendolyn, P. 0. Box 1, Bethel, N. C, 

Bethel, David Daniel, 208 Jefferson Drive Miami, 
Fla. 

Blackwell, Welle Lee, 305 East Hampton Street, 
Dillon, S. C. 

Boddie, Odell, 1115 Royal Ave., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Boylan, Mary Alice, 15 Hunter St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Brown, Charlie Box 157, Columbia, S. C. 

Brown, Mable, Rt., 1, Box 105-A, Whiteville. N. C. 

Brown, William P. 0. Box 143, Smithfield, Va. 

Browning, Zenobia, E-3 Washington Terrace, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

Bryant, Harriet, 19-D Taylor Homes, Wilmington 
North Carolina. 

Burris, Dudley Jerl, Rt. 2 Box 50, Timmonsvillie 
South Carolina. 

Callwood, Delores, Rt. 4 Box 68, Kinston, N. C. 

Cameron, Charles H., P. O. Box 1962, Cameron, 
North Carolina. 

Cameron, James H., P. 0. Box 1962, Cameron, 
North Carolina. 

Campbell, Gloria C, 159 President St., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Chittick, Harriet L., 1105 Forest Avenue, New 
York, N. Y. 

Clements, Doris B., St. Augustine's College, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 



Coy, Laura Jane, 17 Moultrie Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Dancy, Annie Mae Route 1, Pinetops, N. C. 

Davis, Patricia A. Box 26, Robersonville, N. C. 

Downey, Mildred D., Route 2, Box 34, Woodsdale, 
North Carolina 

DuBose, George, C-13 Washington Terrace, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

Duncan, Spurgeon Moss, Route 2, Box 9A, Rust- 
burg, Va. 

Dunston, Carvia E., Route 2, Box 153, Raleigh, 
North Carolina 

Edwards, Evelyn M., 752 Fayetteville Street, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

Eldridge, Albert Cecil, 1708 N. Claremont Ave., 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Esters, Darlene M., Route 2, Box 339. Saint Pauls, 
North Carolina 

Ford, Margie R. Route 1, Box 369, Enfield, N. C. 

Glover, McCoy Route 3, Box E-48, Oxford, N. C. 

Greene, Mary E.. 280 Waverly Ave., Neward, N. J. 

Hammond, Docenia, 531 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

Heath, Shirley, Route 2, Box 305, Clayton, N. C. 

High, Landis D., Post Office Box E, Knightdale, 
North Carolina. 

Hill, Irene M. 216 Boney Street, Clinton, N. C. 

Hodge, Vertie, 1308 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

Hunley Raymond Ira, 710 Jefferson Ave., Camden, 
4, New Jersey. 



Cloud. Syvellie R.. 3454 Carver Road. Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 



Jenkins, Yiolene, Post Office Box 155, Halifax, 
North Carolina. 



Covington, James R., Box 46-A, Lauringburg, N.C. Johnson Betty J., 313 Ferry St., Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 



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Johnson, Juanita, 529 W. Long St., Orlando, Fla. 

Jones, Almarie, Route 3, Box 163-F, Raleigh, N. C. 

Jones, James, 20 E. 47th St., Chicago, Illinois 

Joyner, Gladys M., 310 Rhue St., Ahoskie, N. C. 

Kelly, Willie L„ 736 W. Long St., Orlando, Fla. 

Lee, Norvell, Route 2, Box 21, Smithfield, N. C. 

McLean, Virginia, Route 2, Box 77, Dillon, S. C. 

Meeks, Margaret, Route 1, Box 7, Pinetops, N. C. 

Merritt, Mary E., 2830 Poole Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

Miller, Hilda G., Apt. 8-A Mitchell Wooten Crts., 
Kinston, N. C. 

Mitchell, Johnsie L. Route 1, Box 328, Wendell, 
North Carolina. 



Roberson, Pansy, South Morton Street, Roberson- 
ville, N. C. 

Robinson, Carl Box 169, Batesburg, S. C. 

Robinson, Carol Box 169, Batesburg, S. C. 

Robinson, Eddie R., 10 Smith Plaza, Raleigh, N. C. 

Robinson, Jr., William, 22 Lincoln St., W. Med- 
ford, Mass. 

Rogers, Lois, D-4 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

Russell, Paul, Granger Rd. Box 98, Savannah, Ga. 

Sampson, Minnie P., 200 Oakland Terrace, Clinton, 
North Carolina. 

Satterwhite, Harry, 615 E. Divine St., Dunn, N. C. 

Schumpert, Florrie J., 401 Drayton St., Newberry, 
South Carolina. 



Moore, Melvin Aldean, Rt. 6, Box 581, Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 

Morgan, Albert St. Clair, 1113 E. Morgan St., 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mosee, Barbara, 139 N. Mass Avenue, Atlantic 
City, N. J. 

Musgrave, Angelene, 408 Oliver Street, Mount 
Olive, N. C. 

Niblack, Altamese, 1016 W. Jackson St., Orlando 
Florida. 

O'Neil, Thomas, 217 Camden St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Peppers, Willis D., 121 Ward Blvd., Wilson, N. C. 

Phoenix, Maggie L., 15 Gregg St., Augusta, Ga. 



Smith, Barbara M., Rt. 2, Box 159, Wendell, N. C. 

Smith, Bessie B., Rt. 2, Box 72, Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Smith, Mildred M., Rt. 1, Box 138, Halifax, N. C. 

Stewart, Elsmer, 313 Virginia St., Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Stewart, Everett, 6217 N. W. 12th Place Miami, 
Florida. 

Taylor, Carole A., 6001 White St., Elizabeth, N. C. 

Walker, Eloise S., 3112 W. 139th St., Whiteville, 
North Carolina. 

Wallace, Albert L., 609 East Davie St., Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

Welch, Patricia A., 312 North C Street, Pennsa- 
cola, Fla. 



Pridgen, Geraldine D., Route 1, Box 182, White- 
ville, N. C. 



Williams, Dalbert A. Friendship. Moneaque, P. O. 
Jamica, BWI. 



Rayford Jr., Edward, P. O. Box 336, Maxton, 
North Carolina. 



Womack, Shirley P., 228 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bethel 

Mr. Author Bowen, Jr. 

Mrs. Precious Bryant 

Mrs. Viola Bryant 

Mrs. Lonzena Burris 

Mrs. Allener Carmichael 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clements 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Coy 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dancy 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dubose 

Mr. and Mrs. James Esters 

Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Glover 

Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Heath 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Heath 

Mrs. Edna Honor 

Mrs. Mary Huggins 

Mrs. Carrie J. Hunley 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Jackson 

Mrs. Thomas B. Jiles 

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood F. Jones 

Mr. Rosco Johnson 



Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jordan 

Mr. Booker Ladd 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Merritt 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Musgrave 

Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pridgen 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Raeford. Jr. 

Mrs. Annie Robinson 

Miss Cinda Roland 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sattlewhite 

Mr. and Mrs. Vinjrent S. Schumpert 

Mr. Carl W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith 

Mr. John Sole 

Mr. W. S. Van Metre 

Mrs. Ruth B. Walker 

Mrs. Florence Welch 

Mrs. Katie Williams 

Mrs. Laura W. Wise 

Mrs. Catherine Woods 

Mrs. Minnie T. Howard 

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